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Model: stellamira_80mm_ed_f10Part Number: S800G-DA03
This long focal-ratio ED apochromatic telescope feature an air-spaced doublet objective that combines one ED lens from Japanese Ohara FPL-53 with another from Lanthanum glass.
The views are stunning! An Excellent choice for lunar and planetary observation.
The 2" dual-speed, Rack & Pinion, hybrid drive focuser with 1:10 fine focusing ensures precise focus is achieved quickly and easily.
Convenient twist-lock eyepiece clamps grip eyepieces firmly, without marring their nosepiece.
Supplied with CNC machined tube rings, carry handle, Vixen-style 15" dovetail and an aluminium carry-case.
Air spaced ED APO Doublet, Includes 1x ED APO FPL-53 lens and 1x Lanthanum lens
Another piece of flo magic this is the best built scope I've seen in years not since the William optics megrez have I seen a scope so well made I would say even better and the glass combination so sharp crisp the stars are on fire pricks in a sea of black the planets sharp and alive the moon is like a new level of wonder big up to the flo
I've had this refractor since June and I still love it. In particular the views of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and the Moon are stunning through this, superbly crisp, contrasty and rich in colour. Double stars are excellent, like saturated points of colour. It also gives beautiful wide field views and brings out the best in an eyepiece I've used with it.It is also solidly engineered and oozes quality. The focuser is a smooth rack and pinion, with fine 1:10 adjustment and everything is CNC machined to a very high standard. It's not light, but very easily mountable and has a very useful handle built onto the tube rings.Finally, it looks amazing too in it's shiny piano black and red colour scheme. It sits in my office, ready to go on a lightweight Alt/Az mount. I have other scopes, but this is the one I use as my primary grab and go scope. Thoroughly recommended
Having thoroughly tested this scope, bought recently, and looked at the Moon and star clusters, I can confirm that the views through this instrument are indeed stunning. Well done FLO for introducing this new range.
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